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Police Headquarters 10 Kirkwood Drive Charlottetown, P.E.I. C1A 2T3

Police Headquarters

10 Kirkwood Drive
Charlottetown, P.E.I.
C1A 2T3

Emergency

Call 9-1-1

Non-Emergency

Call (902) 629-4172

Sidewalk Messages Appreciated by Officers

Charlottetown police officers say positive messages written in chalk on the sidewalk outside the police station are "very touching" — especially since they come from youths. The anonymous messages include "we appreciate your work" and "thanks for keeping us all safe."...

Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Charlottetown Police Services urge the public to STAY HOME - STAY APART - STAY UNITED - DO YOUR PART. https://youtu.be/09Z3jFRW7ys

Remembering Cst Reg Flanagan

Charlottetown Police Services were saddened by the passing of Cst. Reg Flanagan last week after a long illness. Reg served with the Charlottetown Police Services during the 1980’s and 90’s, and will always be remembered as one to never shy away from a tough situation....

COVID-19 – Access Restrictions

Following the Provincial declaration of a Public Health Emergency, Charlottetown Police Services is taking further steps to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately: Public access to the Police Department at 10 Kirkwood Drive is restricted:...

WINTER DRIVING TIPS

With the winter season upon us, Charlottetown Police Services wish to offer the public some tips to follow when driving in ice and snow conditions.  If you can stay off the roads during snow fall, do so, if not, please follow a few safety tips: Before heading out,...

Officers Spread Holiday Cheer to Seniors

Charlottetown Police look forward to this day every year. Our Officers truly enjoy singing to the Seniors and seeing the smiles on their faces.  Last Friday afternoon, Police suited up in their dress uniforms, boarded an Atlantic Coach bus and visited several City...

Orlando Bowen – Colonel Gray High School Visit

December 11 & 12, 2019 It was a great day at Colonel Gray High School, students and staff heard an inspiring message from Orlando Bowen, former C.F.L. linebacker. Having overcome adversity himself, Mr. Bowen speaks to youth about resilience, leadership and...

Citizen Police Academy – Taking Applications

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 10 weeks. Week 10 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Successful Turkey Drive

On Tuesday Charlottetown Police Services participated in the Annual Turkey Drive in support of the Upper Room Food Bank. Islanders were yet again quick to show their support with 111 turkeys donated and over $1500.00 in monetary donations.   These donations will help...

Picture This

Charlottetown Police School Resource Officers Cst MacKay and Cst Keizer conducted the presentation “ Picture This “ to grade 7, 8 & 9 students from Queen Charlotte Jr High School. Charlottetown Police School Resource Officers in conjunction with Student Services...

Sidewalk Messages Appreciated by Officers

Charlottetown police officers say positive messages written in chalk on the sidewalk outside the police station are "very touching" — especially since they come from youths. The anonymous messages include "we appreciate your work" and "thanks for keeping us all safe."...

Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Charlottetown Police Services urge the public to STAY HOME - STAY APART - STAY UNITED - DO YOUR PART. https://youtu.be/09Z3jFRW7ys

Remembering Cst Reg Flanagan

Charlottetown Police Services were saddened by the passing of Cst. Reg Flanagan last week after a long illness. Reg served with the Charlottetown Police Services during the 1980’s and 90’s, and will always be remembered as one to never shy away from a tough situation....

COVID-19 – Access Restrictions

Following the Provincial declaration of a Public Health Emergency, Charlottetown Police Services is taking further steps to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately: Public access to the Police Department at 10 Kirkwood Drive is restricted:...

WINTER DRIVING TIPS

With the winter season upon us, Charlottetown Police Services wish to offer the public some tips to follow when driving in ice and snow conditions.  If you can stay off the roads during snow fall, do so, if not, please follow a few safety tips: Before heading out,...

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Spike in Theft from Vehicle Occurrences

Over the last few days Charlottetown Police Services has seen an increased volume of complaints reporting thefts from vehicles.  With the nicer weather upon us, these type of thefts typically become more common. Several communities have been affected: West Royalty...

Assault with a Weapon – Charges Laid

File: 2020710683 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of an assault that occurred in a business parking lot on University Avenue yesterday morning at 11:20 am.  The suspect  approached the victim and struck him several times with a metal pipe, then...

Impaired Driving – Charges Laid

File: 2020699321 While on routine patrol at 2:20 am on Sunday May 31st, Police noticed a vehicle travelling west on Euston Street without any license plate.  The vehicle was pulled over and Officers determined that the driver was showing signs of impairment by...

Theft from Vehicles – Charges Laid

Charlottetown Police Services have laid several charges in relation to stolen credit cards (stolen from unlocked vehicles) and used at several City businesses. The investigations have led to the arrest of a 35 year old Charlottetown male.  The male was arrested early...

Impaired Driving – Charges Laid

File: 2020663571 At 4:55 pm on Sunday afternoon, Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of an erratic driver on the Perimeter Highway.   Police were able to locate the vehicle and pulled it over.   The driver displayed signs of impairment by alcohol...

Weapon Charge Laid

File: 2020652499 At approximately 2:00pm on Friday afternoon, Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of a male displaying a hand gun near a residence on Alley Street. Police were able to locate the suspect male and determined that he was carrying a...

Dangerous Driving – Charges Laid

File: 2020654784 At approximately 9:30 pm on Friday evening, Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of someone ramming their vehicle into another parked vehicle in a parking lot on Lower Malpeque Road. Upon arrival Police located the suspect vehicle. ...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Sidewalk Messages Appreciated by Officers

Charlottetown police officers say positive messages written in chalk on the sidewalk outside the police station are "very touching" — especially since they come from youths. The anonymous messages include "we appreciate your work" and "thanks for keeping us all safe."...

Stop the Spread of Covid-19

Charlottetown Police Services urge the public to STAY HOME - STAY APART - STAY UNITED - DO YOUR PART. https://youtu.be/09Z3jFRW7ys

Remembering Cst Reg Flanagan

Charlottetown Police Services were saddened by the passing of Cst. Reg Flanagan last week after a long illness. Reg served with the Charlottetown Police Services during the 1980’s and 90’s, and will always be remembered as one to never shy away from a tough situation....

COVID-19 – Access Restrictions

Following the Provincial declaration of a Public Health Emergency, Charlottetown Police Services is taking further steps to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Effective immediately: Public access to the Police Department at 10 Kirkwood Drive is restricted:...

WINTER DRIVING TIPS

With the winter season upon us, Charlottetown Police Services wish to offer the public some tips to follow when driving in ice and snow conditions.  If you can stay off the roads during snow fall, do so, if not, please follow a few safety tips: Before heading out,...

Officers Spread Holiday Cheer to Seniors

Charlottetown Police look forward to this day every year. Our Officers truly enjoy singing to the Seniors and seeing the smiles on their faces.  Last Friday afternoon, Police suited up in their dress uniforms, boarded an Atlantic Coach bus and visited several City...

Orlando Bowen – Colonel Gray High School Visit

December 11 & 12, 2019 It was a great day at Colonel Gray High School, students and staff heard an inspiring message from Orlando Bowen, former C.F.L. linebacker. Having overcome adversity himself, Mr. Bowen speaks to youth about resilience, leadership and...

Citizen Police Academy – Taking Applications

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 10 weeks. Week 10 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Successful Turkey Drive

On Tuesday Charlottetown Police Services participated in the Annual Turkey Drive in support of the Upper Room Food Bank. Islanders were yet again quick to show their support with 111 turkeys donated and over $1500.00 in monetary donations.   These donations will help...

Picture This

Charlottetown Police School Resource Officers Cst MacKay and Cst Keizer conducted the presentation “ Picture This “ to grade 7, 8 & 9 students from Queen Charlotte Jr High School. Charlottetown Police School Resource Officers in conjunction with Student Services...

Spike in Theft from Vehicle Occurrences

Over the last few days Charlottetown Police Services has seen an increased volume of complaints reporting thefts from vehicles.  With the nicer weather upon us, these type of thefts typically become more common. Several communities have been affected: West Royalty...

Assault with a Weapon – Charges Laid

File: 2020710683 Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint of an assault that occurred in a business parking lot on University Avenue yesterday morning at 11:20 am.  The suspect  approached the victim and struck him several times with a metal pipe, then...

Impaired Driving – Charges Laid

File: 2020699321 While on routine patrol at 2:20 am on Sunday May 31st, Police noticed a vehicle travelling west on Euston Street without any license plate.  The vehicle was pulled over and Officers determined that the driver was showing signs of impairment by...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

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